Notes: Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Reference for: Galea spixii. Other Source(s). Source: Acquired. Range Description. This species occurs eastern Bolivia to northeastern Brazil ( Eisenberg and Redford, ; Woods and Kilpatrick, ). The type locality is. SpeciesGalea spixiiSpix’s yellow-toothed cavy. ADW Pocket Guides on the iOS App Store! The Animal Diversity Web team is excited to announce ADW Pocket.
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Spix’s yellow-toothed cavyGalea spixiiis a rodenta cavy species from South America.
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Galea spixii and G. It is the most stable species within the Galea group because it is extremely abundant throughout its range.
Gestation is about fifty days. Litters size ranges from one to five, with an average of three. They have hair and open eyes at birth.
Spix’s yellow-toothed cavy
Males and females in this species are aggressive to each other. Paternal care is rarely remarkable. When females go into estrus aggressiveness increases. On the other hand, when male approaches females in order to mate, it competes aggressively with other males. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Spix’s yellow-toothed cavy Conservation status. International Union for Conservation of Nature.
Retrieved 5 January Mammal Species of the World: A Taxonomic and Geographic Reference 3rd ed. Johns Hopkins University Press.
Downloaded on 08 October Mammals of the Neotropics: University of Chicago press. Diversity of social and mating systems in cavies: Journal of Mammalogy, 92 1 Extant species of family Caviidae Cavies.
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